M. Gay Hubbard, Ph.D.
Dr. Hubbard is in private counseling practice with Charis Counseling Services in Arvada, Colorado. Her professional interests have focused on women’s needs and responses in the counseling process. Her approach to counseling incorporates cognitive techniques, and life skills coaching from a Christian perspective when desired.
Her formal education includes. . .
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh.
She is presently working as a counselor, teacher, and writer. She recently served as guest lecturer in Women’s Studies, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Boston, MA, and The Ockinga Institute, Boston, MA. She is currently presenting a series of lectures for women entitled, A Curriculum for Women’s Life-Long Learning that includes topics such as dealing with change, practicing forgiveness, understanding women’s developmental stages, dealing with the challenges of aging, and women and the struggle with depression. She conducts small groups mentoring women in psychological and spiritual growth. Her book, Women the Misunderstood Majority is available through Wipf and Stock. Her most recent book, More Than an Aspirin, was released by Discovery House, Fall, 2009.